Tyndale University College & Seminary continues the tradition of decades of service out of its merger with and expansion of Toronto Bible College, London College of Bible and Missions, Ontario Bible College, and Tyndale College.
Founded in 1894, Toronto Bible College was the third school of its kind to be established in North America and the first in Canada. Under the leadership of Dr. Elmore Harris, then minister of the historic Walmer Road Baptist Church, Toronto Bible College (TBC) came into being. London College of Bible and Missions (LCBM) began in 1935, led by Dr. J. Wilmot Mahood. After the merger of TBC and LCBM in 1968, it was renamed Ontario Bible College (OBC). In 1976, OBC moved to north Toronto and developed a graduate school, Tyndale Seminary (formerly Ontario Theological Seminary).
Tyndale is a trans-denominational, evangelical university college and seminary that prepares leaders for the ministry, marketplace and global mission of the church. Tyndale offers a variety of degree programs in a wide range of disciplines and fully accredited programs at both the undergraduate and graduate levels.
This is a collection of a variety of publications (yearbooks, programs, reports) from the time the institution was founded as the Ontario Bible College through to receiving status as Tyndale University College.